Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Visual Preference I see There’s light at the end of the tunnel I can picture what you are saying Beyond a shadow of a doubt It’s not all clear
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Auditory Preference I hear what you say We’re on the same wavelength I would like to comment That rings a bell Sounds good to me
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland I have a gut feeling You can sense what’s happening We've only scratched the surface I’ll sniff out the competition I feel out of touch with this project Kinesthetic Preference
Points of View You Start + End here -> 1st Assume their ID 3rd Fly on the wall 2nd Other Meta Test NLP Highland and Jacob O’Hara 2005 18
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Filters that Influence Possibility Necessity Internal External Specific General Options Procedures Match Mismatch Moving Away From Moving Towards
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Vision The bigger picture you communicate to your staff Identity (Who) How you think of yourself shapes your ........... Values/Beliefs (Why) What is important to you .............. And what influences you shapes your ......... Capabilities (How) Your knowledge and your skills direct your ........ Behaviours (What) What you do and say determines your results in your ......... Environment (Where) In which you (choose to) operate
The Meta Model
Recovering the important pieces of lost information that have been left out
or lost in Generalisations,
Exploring the no-go boundaries of the person’s thinking,
Uncovering the meanings the person has attached to their experience.
What is the most useful question I can ask right now?
What don’t I know that would make a difference if I did?
What question can I ask that will help my companion?
Do I need to ask a question at all?
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Setting a Goal Choose one of the following:
Rosie O’Hara – NLP Highland Setting a Goal This is a short term goal – up to 2 years ahead Expressed in the positive Specific Has a timescale Evidence & Feedback Measure your progress Resources Be Proactive Wider Consequences